Is it the case that a manager has ordered unit tests to be prepared for all procedures? Do you need to achieve KPIs on the code coverage with unit tests to get a bonus?
I suspect that you are not the author of all these 1K+ SP, but just got the assignment to write some unit tests? The Client will have no value from the code coverage of tests if other programmers who add/modify these procedures do not consciously and professionally use TDD, right?
A similar example from the life of a programmer (and many, many more) can be found in Sandro Mancuso's book „The Software Craftsman: Professionalism, Pragmatism, Pride”. I sincerely recommend reading this book.
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